December 6, 2011, - 9:24 am

Funny VIDEO: Donald Trump GOP Presidential Debate

By Debbie Schlussel

Although I absolutely loathe 9/11 Truther nut and HAMAS supporter Ron Paul, I definitely agree with him that the Donald Trump GOP Presidential debate lowers the office of the Presidency. But Bush and Gore already did that by appearing on Oprah–the first Presidential candidates to do so–in 2000, and I decried that, back then. I’ve noted before how sickened I am by the GOP candidates kissing this shameless circus performer Trump’s ass. And I’ve noted how Trump panders to Islamic extremists and anti-Semites, including hand-picking the Muslim Hezbollah-supporting sharmutah, Rima Fakih, as Miss USA. Even aside from that, this is shameful. I think Jimmy Kimmel went light on this, so it’s only mildly funny, but not hilarious. Still, it’s entertaining. But, remember, the guy who will have the biggest laugh about this debate is Barack Hussein Obama.



Watch the video . . .

The only Donald Trump debate I liked watching was the Donald v. Rosie debate. I wanted it to last forever and for both of them to lose.

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18 Responses

I quite agree. I can’t figure out just what GOP presidential candidates see in Trump, clue me in.

Cuz you’re spot on about who he is and whom he panders to!

NormanF on December 6, 2011 at 9:27 am

So why don’t they have Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli moderate the debate instead? They could hold up their ping-pong paddles with numbers on them after each reply, and rate the answers based on…well, I don’t know what it would be based on, but if you’re going to have one carnival barker asking questions, you might as well have three. At least they all have normal looking hair.

Irving on December 6, 2011 at 12:18 pm

The whole campaign is a circus, and we are the ones who have to clean up after the last animal act.

Jonathan E. Grant on December 6, 2011 at 12:48 pm

One problem with these debates is that many ‘commentators’ judge the candidates on the basis of their debating skills rather than their program. Not coincidentally, Gingrich and Romney have the best debating skills, which neatly dovetails with the hostility most of these commentators feel towards conservatives.

And as far as debating skills go, Bill Clinton was an excellent debator, but his ideas?!?!

Little Al on December 6, 2011 at 3:06 pm

why vote republican if you you’re not rich…?

Glenn g. on December 6, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    Well for one,the repubs are the ones resembling a some what conservative values,they claim to and they do to a certain degree to follow the Constitution,where as the Dimwits have and do trample the Constitution if it fits their needs,have not a shred of conservative values & they support abortion on demand and their abortion plants aka as Planned parenthood… so for these reasons Repubs at this point are slightly better,but not much better.

    Juan on February 3, 2012 at 11:07 am

    @ Glenn g. ReALlY? so Hollyweird and actors and actresses are living in the po’ house? Really Glenn? they vote democrat,most of the silicone valley vote democrat,Most TV network news anchors are well known for their liberal and democrat friendly,they are rich or on tbeir way to being one….Soros,Buffet,Jobs,Gates,Spielberg,Cameron,Oprah,Bloomberg,the Clintons…they are filthy rich, all registered or dimwit friendly…. so the repubs have a few not so rich,not so famous in their ranks,from the looks of it you are what I usually refer to as an useful idiot,but out of respect I won t call you that.

    Juan on February 3, 2012 at 11:27 am

Regarding the comedy of errors that poses as the GOP playing field,
“Can’t ANYBODY here play this game?”
– Casey Stengel to the 1962 NY Mets.

Not Ovenready on December 6, 2011 at 8:20 pm

Spot on as usual, Debbie.

I wish that Debbie would be the moderator of the debates, with the most ideal format being an interview with each one individually. She would ask each of them tough questions. There would be a plus and minus of this. The plus would be to give the three candidates that Debbie has ruled out–Newt, Paul, and Perry–a chance to win Debbie over. The minus would be that they would have to get past her very tough questions.

One example:

Debbie to Ron Paul–“The racist and anti-Semitic website Stormfront has made some contributions to you. Until now you have not returned the contributions to them. Will you return their contributions to them?”

Maybe Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum would agree to do this, but the others–especially those three that need this the most–will never agree to do this.

JeffE on December 6, 2011 at 8:48 pm

Jeff, that is a great statement that you mentioned regarding Ron Paul and his associations to Stormfront, I will do this dude!

Debbie Schlussel to Ron Paul-“The racist and anti-Semitic website Stormfront has made some contributions to you. Until now you have not returned the contributions to them. Will you return their contributions to them?”

Ron Paul to Debbie Schlussel-“Well Ms. Schlussel, um, uh, um, uh, I’ve heard of Stormfront and um, you know it’s a racist website that hates blacks and minorities as well as jewish people like yourself Ms. Schlussel. But I’ve never made contributions to them, because I never will make any contributions to hateful people, nor will I ever take money from hateful websites and hateful organizations.”

Debbie Schlussel to Ron Paul-“With all due respect Representative Paul, what you’ve said to me and all of the audience in here and watching across this country is a lie, you indeed have made donated money to Stormfront, I have all of the evidence to back up my claim…”

Ron Paul to Debbie Schlussel-“But, but, but, (as Ron Paul starts to sweat and quiver) Ms. Debbie, that’s not true, I’ve never sent them money nor they’ve never sent me money, I don’t where you’re getting these information…”

Debbie Schlussel to Ron Paul-“Congressman Paul, there are numerous websites throughout the internet with that story of Stormfront making numerous contributions to you’re campaign, and til this day, you have yet to return their money back to them.”

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on December 6, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    what animazg hypocrisy, I thought the gay community and their lib cheer leaders would love Ricky, what's up with this hate speech?

    Thomas on February 8, 2012 at 1:38 pm

I could vote for Bachmann the rest of the field is absiolutely hopeless. What I would not give for Thomas Jefferson or Andrew Jackson on the Republican side. You would have real men running then.

Confederate South on December 6, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    Jefferson and Andrew Jackson were both dimwits or Democrats,and they were both hated in their time too,so bringing back the dead? no thanks,unless it was Reagan or Washington,other than that let them rest in peace.

    Juan on February 3, 2012 at 11:14 am

Great job, Sean R., in taking the ball from my post and carrying it to the end zone for a touchdown. We can also do the same thing with other issues involving Ron Paul, as well ones involving Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry and most others. I think that this will be the closest that we’ll get to having Debbie be the moderator in a Republican Presidential debate in real life.

Here’s my next one:

Debbie Schlussel to Rick Perry–“You have been a supporter of Palestinian extremist Farouk Shami, who bragged that his father killed many innocent Jews in Israel. Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has sent out an email endorsing you. CAIR funds HAMAS and is an unindicted co-conspirator with HAMAS in Islamic terrorism. Will you break off relations with him? And can you assure us that you will oppose having Sharia law be imposed here in the United States?”

Rick Perry to Debbie Schlussel–“With all due respect I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

Debbie Schlussel to Rick Perry–“I have reported this on my website. So, yes, you do know what I’m talking about.”

Rick Perry to Debbie Schlussel (sweat starting to pour down on his face)–“Um, um, yes, I can assure that I will oppose all efforts to have Sharia law be imposed in the United States.”

Debbie Schlussel to Rick Perry–“Will you renounce Farouk Shami, and CAIR?”

Rick Perry to Debbie Schlussel–(wearing a used car salesman’s smile) “I repeat I will not allow Sharia law to be imposed on the United States.”

Debbie Schlussel to Rick Perry–“Why aren’t you answering my questions about CAIR and Farouk Shami?

I will ask you one more time. Will you renounce Farouk Shami, and CAIR?”

Rick Perry to Debbie Schlussel–“I will say it one more time–I will not allow Sharia law to be imposed here in the United States.

… (Now has a nervous smile)

You’re not buying my B.S. are you?”

Debbie Schlussel to Rick Perry–“No.”

Rick Perry to Debbie Schlussel–“You’ll be ripping me a new one on your website tomorrow, won’t you?”

Debbie Schlussel to Rick Perry–(smiling) “You know it.”

JeffE on December 6, 2011 at 11:07 pm

What’s more racist than calling Miss USA a Hesbollah supporter? You really need to wonder why you’d read the leavings of this racist, hate filled woman. She’s either an idiot, or takes you for one. She doesn’t believe in America, she’d subvert this whole country for her true love, ISrael. Remember Jesus’ challenge to us in the story of the Good Samaritan. He challenges to love and have compassion and understanding for our enemies, regardless of faith or nationality. This lady is a racist, and wants you to hate those who Jesus directs you to love.

scottindallas on December 7, 2011 at 9:47 am

    Scott, you really are a retarded jackass, Rima Fakih does indeed support hezbollah you scumbag, that is a fact and Ms. Schlussel to her own credit EXPOSED her for supporting such a terroristic group. And Debbie supports this country 100% dumbass, and yes she supports the jewish state of Israel, WTF do you want Scott, Israel to just vanish like that? And who do you want DS to support, Palestine? I assume you yourself support Palestine Scott? And you’re the one who’s the real racist here you scumbag, and BTW, Jesus was originally jewish before he became a christian, read the New Testament and it’ll show you there stupid. As one poster said to you on another thread, go and share you’re ideas and viewpoints on Stormfront, you’ll fit in perfectly there you loser. And you’re an embarrassement to the great people in Texas with you’re unhinged lunacy, hatred, demagoguery and defamatory!

    “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on December 7, 2011 at 10:43 am

      @ Sean R….huum… ok ,Jesus did not become a christian,but He was and is the door of access for us gentiles to have access to what was until then the jewish God,with out Jesus there is no christianity & as such we gentiles wouldn t have access to The Almighty the way we do,Jesus at tbe time was hated by the jewish orthodoxy and conservative jews,I don t know if that remains so today,I will alway love the jewish people bc they have been abused through out history and they are wonderful as a whole,not to mention the things they ve given and continue to give to mankind…weather they ever accept Jesus as Messiah or not,I will love them ever so.

      Juan on February 3, 2012 at 11:51 am

It’s embarrassing that so many Republicans have made the trip
to meet with Trump. He’s not really a Republican and he may still run as a 3rd party candidate. I’m embarrassed that Newsmax is hosting this phony debate. Kudos to Romney for passing it up.

Daniel K on December 7, 2011 at 10:19 am

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